CHIROPRACTIC, A MANUAL HEALTH PROFESSION
Chiropractic is a health care profession specialized in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of neuromusculoskeletal disorders. It treats mechanical disorders of the musculoskeletal system, particularly of the spine, and also focuses on biomechanical and neurophysiological repercussions on the body.
In addition, chiropractic takes into account biopsychosocial factors and their impacts on health.
Chiropractic is recognised by health authorities in France and in more than 40 countries around the world.
FOR WHO IS CHIROPRACTIC FOR?
Stressed people, teenagers, pregnant women, sedentary workers, athletes, elderly, children, menopausal women, active seniors… At all stages of life, chiropractic can help you improve your everyday comfort and life quality.
For children or teenagers
For amateur or professional athletes
WHAT DOES CHIROPRACTIC TREAT?
The chiropractor first verifies the complete medical history during which the patient describes his/her different pathologies or health problems. The chiropractor then conducts a clinical examination including orthopaedic and neurological tests.
If chiropractic meets the patient’s needs, the chiropractor will suggest a treatment.
The main reasons for consulting a chiropractor are:
CHIROPRACTIC: A RECOGNISED PROFESSION THAT IS SCIENTIFICALLY PROVEN TO BE EFFECTIVE
Chiropractic is recognised and legalised in France
INSERM (French National Institute of Health and Medical Research) evaluates and highlights the potential effectiveness of chiropractic treatment for acute or subacute low back and neck pain